A number of our systems are upgradeable; however this all depends on the inverter size.
The size of your solar energy system will depend on; the physical unshaded area available for the installation of panels; how much you are prepared to spend; and what portion of your electrical consumption you wish to generate. To help [...]
A typical Australian house consumes around 18-24 kilowatt hours (kWh) per day so a 1-3kW system displaces an average of 25-40% of your average electricity bill. Solar system panels produce more electricity in summer than they do in winter.
Once your solar power system is installed you will require a new meter. If you have an older style accumulation meter (with spinning disk) this will need to be replaced with an interval meter or smart meter. This is because [...]
After your solar energy system has been installed and if you would like to receive your relevant Feed in Tariff, you will need to enter into a contract with your electricity provider to access your state’s Feed in Tariff. This [...]